How to contact Microsoft to Setup Office Manually?

Microsoft Office is one of the leading enterprise business in the world and is also known around the world. This productivity tool is spread all over the world across continents and is almost available to the remotest part of the world. As it has made its presence all over the market and internet itself. Microsoft has to keep up with the support for their customers. So for that Microsoft has setup a Toll Free number for all the countries
1800 102 1100

This toll free number is for all Microsoft Products and Not just Microsoft Office. Though you should know when to use this toll free number.

Know when to use this number?

This toll free number is specially for people who need to contact Microsoft on urgent bases, if you really need help with your Microsoft Product then you need to call this toll free number and get started with you inquiry.

Though there is a dedicated website to setup and install office, www.office.com/setup, there can also be some other problems that you may face while installing office and might need some technical support from and expert. So thats. when you can call the number.

What Microsoft will do is, that they will get a support executive on phone with you, who will guide you through the steps and he will almost correct everything that is going wrong with your product. He might even consider advising you to buy some software’s that will keep you computer in good condition for a long time.

You can visit the toll free website at https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/contactus/

or you can simply go to www.office.com/setup

Tid Bits of Help: Microsoft Office Publisher for 2019

Well folks, normally I bring you hints/tips about changes Microsoft has made to Word and Excel (with a couple of PowerPoint thrown in), but not Publisher. Well, that’s because the changes have been small and seemingly Publisher was pretty much ignored – the step-child you might think. Not now.

According to my research, the templates and what you can do with them have been updated. There are new capabilities to work with the program for all those publications, sales and marketing materials you love to work with! (Any chance to play, and with bright/shiner toys works for me!) So, for one thing in the 2019 Publisher gets to use the Ribbon along with the new Backstage feature. The publisher wasn’t left out this time.

The updated picture tools we found in Word and Excel have finally made it to Publisher (where it should have been all along anyway) allowing for more control of photos. They’ve included a new object alignment technology, building blocks of content and fine typography options like true small caps and stylistic alternates. All the things we’ve been wanting to make desktop publishing better.

So having said all of the above, what is new/improved?
Well one thing, when you’re working with an inserted picture and you want to make changes, you can see them before you accept them. A big time saver. (in the “improved” category) Add captions for the photos and the ability to choose from a gallery of caption layouts. The object alignment technology provides grids to work with – not just the rules on the side and bottom and the hope you have it lined up correctly. (in the “improved” category) For a print preview, you can simultaneously view both sides of a page, multiple pages, page boundaries, and more print info to achieve the correct print result the first time. (in the “new” category) Now, to be honest folks I don’t see how this is new. As you’ve always been able to see multiple pages in Print Preview, then have the option to print from the preview mode. But the research states it’s a new feature. The building blocks of content for items like mastheads and graphics are easier due to the accessibility of the pre-existing themes in fonts and colors. (in the “improved” category) Fine typography is much improved. We now have the ability to use ligatures, true small caps, stylistic alternates, and alternate numeral forms. Such as fun things with the fonts like reflective and a better look to the shadow. (in the “improved” category) When connected to the internet, there are more Publisher templates available on Office Online than before. (in the “improved” category) And as you could in Publisher 2010 – you can save a file as a PDF or XPS for easier sharing and printing.

Now, remember, this is all research-based and I’m going on what Microsoft has stated. I haven’t purchased the 2019 product yet – I have too many clients still using 2010 and the special effects won’t convert to the older versions. That is something for you to keep in mind. When feasible, save as a PDF document then no worries with folks opening in older versions.

Robert Morris a Microsoft Office expert has been working in the technology industry from the last 5 year. As a technical expert, he has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup

How to Use Pandora on your Phone – Office.com/setup

So you also want to use one of the world’s most influential music discovery platform? Pandora offers a personalized experience to its music listener whether you’re using on mobile, car, or any other device of your home.

Here are the guidelines to sign up, create stations, and listen to music on Pandora from your phone:

Stepwise guidelines to Use Pandora on your phone:

Step 1: Install Pandora app on your phone

Pandora app is available on Google Play Store of Android, App Store of iPhone, Windows Phone Store as well as on Amazon Appstore. And the app is free to download. To install it on your phone, go to your device store and download it from there.

Step 2: Sign in or make an account on Pandora

When installation of Pandora app is complete, launch the app. If you already have a Pandora account then proceed to log in section and enter your Pandora account’s email and password and then log in.

If you do not have an account, then click on ‘Register for free’ to sign up for an account and fill the information to complete the sign-up process.

Step 3: Create a new station

•    Tap on ‘+ Create Station’ at the top of the screen.

•    Enter a song, artist or genre name you like into the field to create a station similar to your search. You can create a more new station and edit your current station when you want.

Step 4: Play your first station

Play your first station. Pandora will analyze your choice and create a playlist of your taste.

Step 5: Like the music to listen to a similar type of music.

Touch on the ‘Like’ (Thumbs-up) icon button of the music you like to tell Pandora about your choice. As you like a song, Pandora will edit your Playlists and add similar music to it.

Step 6: Dislike the music to remove it from your Pandora playlist.

If you don’t like a song, then tap the ‘Dislike’ (Thumbs-down) icon button of the music to skip the song. And this will not only skip the song but also tell Pandora to remove similar tracks from your playlist and play less music similar to it in future.

Step 7: Tap the ‘Like’ (Thumbs-up) icon button at the top-right corner of the screen to edit stations.

Tapping on ‘Like’ icons will open the station’s page. On the station’s page you’ll see recent music, songs you’ve liked or unlike, add variety options, and edit the playlist’s descriptions.

•    Open ‘Session History’ and select a song to give a rating or edit the previous rating.

•    Tap on ‘+ Add Variety’ button to add new music, songs, genre to the playlist.

•    Tap on ‘Station Settings’ to edit the name or add a description of a playlist.

•    Tap on the ‘box’ at the top-right corner to save the changes you had made and return to your station.

Step 8: Tap on the ‘Back Arrow’ button on the upper-left corner of the Station screen.

Tapping on the back arrow button will take you back to the main menu. From here you can add a new station or change your stations. If you want to edit or remove a station, slide the station you want to make changes toward the right side. That’s all! Create a playlist of your choice and enjoy your loved music on your phone — one thing you’ve to remember that there is a limit for skipping the songs. You can only skip six tracks from a station into an hour. In a single day, you are able to skip up to 24 songs only. Skipping will count on the basis of keys (Next, Thumbs down, or I’m tired of this song) you use to pass over the music.

Joey Williams is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Robert has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.